How to Import NanoFlash footage (.MOV) to iMovie/FCE
nanoFlash gives users more selections to store the video into the format that they'd like. The footage can be stored in either Quicktime (MOV), MXF, or MPG file formats, providing near-universal NLE support as well as DVD/Blu-Ray authoring formats. Most of them keep the footages in Quicktime (MOV) format so that they can import nanoFlash MOV to iMovie or Final Cut Express for smooth editing. However, things should not be simple. After recording, most users met a lot of problems while trying to transfer nanoFlash MOV to iMovie for postproduction, like app freezing, video quality losing, no audio, or no video .etc.
"I'm recording .mov files using a nanoFlash recorder for iMovie editing, But the iMovie did not support the MOV videos properly. I lost the audio information. There is no audio, just picture moved. What should I do? Thanks"
Then why we encounter these annoying troubles? The problems mainly lie on codec. As we all know, the most compatible video codec for iMovie or FCE is Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC). Thus in order to get nanoFlash MOV and iMovie/FCE to play nicely, the easy workaround is to convert nanoFlash MOV to AIC MOV, which will save you both time and trouble, and all you need is to drag the result videos for prompt editing. For this purpose, this article will show you how to transcode nanoFlash MOV to AIC MOV in detail.
To do the nanoFlash MOV to iMovie mac task, you are highly recommended to get Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac, a high-quality Mac (including Mavericks and Mountain Lion) compatible video converter, player and editor. It has built-in preset for iMovie so that users can directly select it to get iMovie files. With it, you can effortlessly convert MPG and other video formats to Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC) MOV files - ensuring maximum editing quality and efficiency when working with iMovie (no matter iMovie HD, iMovie 08, iMovie 09, or iMovie 11). The conversion is darn easy to be finished with only three clicks without loss of video quality. Click the download button below to get the program and check out the easy steps to convert and import nanoFlash footage to iMovie/FCE without any troubles.
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How to Convert nanoFlash MOV to Apple InterMediate Codec on Mac
Step 1: Locate the original nanoFlash MOV file
Install and run the nanoFlash video Converter on Mac, and then click the "Add" button to import the MOV videos to the program. You can also drag and drop to import the original videos.
Step 2: Set output format
Click the format column to select output format "iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple Intermediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov)" as the best compatible video format for iMovie/FCE.
Tips: Adjust the video and audio parameters, including the Bitrate of Video&Audio, Video Size, Sample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, etc. by clicking the Settings button on the main interface for getting the best quality.
Step 3: Start nanoFLash MOV to AIC MOV Conversion
Click the "Convert" icon on the main interface, the conversion nanoFlash MOV to iMovie/FCE AIC MOV will be completed soon.
After conversion, you will be able to get the output files compatible with iMovie effortlessly. Now you can import and edit converted NanoFlash MOV in iMovie or Final Cut Express smoothly.
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